- Somali community in uproar over CPS decision
- Source: Rifqa Bary’s brother brags he leaked her foster care location to Muslim stalker-blogger
- On parental rights
- Legal battle over the fate of a child
- Social workers to check pets and fridges during suspected child abuse cases
- Hamblen foster child murder case begins Monday in Rogersville
- Abducted baby returned to TN mother but then State puts baby and siblings in foster care
- The Mike Egger Story CAS EXPOSED! Rally Planned! –
- DCYF Worker’s in Nashua, NH Resign Due to Illegally Taken Children
- Babystealer Training – Making Money from Child Protective Services
- $77m for child protection: Brumby admits ‘failures’ in system
- Why Do Foster Kids Get Bounced From One Foster Home To The Next?
- Grandparents against CPS
- Kidnapped Baby Found: State Reunites Mother And Child, Then Takes Custody Of Kids
- 5 counties hiring strategist to fight any state takeover of child welfare system
- Report: CPS left 3 children with troubled mother
- Grandparents filling parents’ role
|Somali community in uproar over CPS decision
Posted: 05 Oct 2009 05:02 AM PDT
Seattle’s Somali community is in an uproar over the removal of seven children from a South Seattle home Thursday night. The father is suspected of abusing the kids and community members want the children placed with them. KING 5’s Linda Brill reports.
|Source: Rifqa Bary’s brother brags he leaked her foster care location to Muslim stalker-blogger
Posted: 05 Oct 2009 04:54 AM PDT
Last month the Orlando family court overseeing the Rifqa Bary case released a report by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement that claims that they found no evidence to support her claims of abuse despite the father’s explicit admission to the primary incident that prompted her to flee (picking up her laptop and threatening to hit her with it) and a policy that prohibited the FDLE investigators from looking into any allegations of abuse that occurred in her home of Ohio, namely all of them.
|On parental rights
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 07:11 PM PDT
In the state of Washington, there have been two court cases whose rulings have threatened the rights of parents to choose what is best for their children.
|Legal battle over the fate of a child
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:37 PM PDT
This much of the story is simple: On Aug. 10, 2004, in Dallas, a woman named Tracy Rhine gave birth to a daughter who tested positive for cocaine and the hallucinogenic drug PCP.
|Social workers to check pets and fridges during suspected child abuse cases
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:33 PM PDT
Social workers are to be instructed to check the contents of families’ fridges, take pictures inside the home and ensure pets are healthy when investigating suspected child abuse cases.
|Hamblen foster child murder case begins Monday in Rogersville
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:24 PM PDT
A Hamblen County murder trial involving the strangulation death of a foster child which was moved to Rogersville due to intense publicity in Morristown is scheduled to begin Monday morning with jury selection.
|Abducted baby returned to TN mother but then State puts baby and siblings in foster care
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:08 PM PDT
Even Ripley might not have believed this one. Tammy Renee Silas stabs an immigrant mother in Tennessee and kidnaps her baby. The police find the baby in Ardmore, Alabama and return it to its mother, Maria Gurrolla, and let her hold the baby for a short while. Then the State takes the baby and Gurrolla’s other children into custody.
|The Mike Egger Story CAS EXPOSED! Rally Planned! –
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:06 PM PDT
A true travesty exists in our society, the fact that our children are being used as a commodity by a fully private institution called the Children’s Aid Society (CAS). Brazenly above the law, non-observant of police authority and able to evade scrutiny from our elected officials. The CAS epitomizes FASCISM in the truest sense of the word, the integration of the private sector with that of government and furthermore holding no accountability to the public as they are privately owned.
|DCYF Worker’s in Nashua, NH Resign Due to Illegally Taken Children
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 05:59 PM PDT
Nashua, NH DCYF has been losing caseworker’s within the past year.
|Babystealer Training – Making Money from Child Protective Services
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 11:40 AM PDT
|$77m for child protection: Brumby admits ‘failures’ in system
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:30 AM PDT
Victorian Premier John Brumby has admitted failures in the state’s child protection system as he announced funding for an extra 200 workers.
|Why Do Foster Kids Get Bounced From One Foster Home To The Next?
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:22 AM PDT
Is the state doing that or do the foster parents kick them out after a certain amount of time? Why do foster kids get bounced around so much?
|Grandparents against CPS
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:19 AM PDT
I am a grandmother from Pennsylvania who is fighting CPS in AZ….
|Kidnapped Baby Found: State Reunites Mother And Child, Then Takes Custody Of Kids
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 06:14 AM PDT
A mother whose newborn was kidnapped by a knife-wielding woman posing as an immigration agent was briefly reunited with her baby Saturday, then saw him and her three other children taken from her and put into state custody.
|5 counties hiring strategist to fight any state takeover of child welfare system
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 05:55 AM PDT
Five Colorado counties are paying $1,200 each to hire a political consultant to fight any move by the state to take over local child welfare and social services.
Mesa County is planning to fight a move by the state to take over child welfare and social services.
|Report: CPS left 3 children with troubled mother
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 05:47 AM PDT
Texas officials left three children in their mother’s custody despite indications she had a troubled history, according to a newspaper analysis of a Child Protective Services affidavit.
|Grandparents filling parents’ role
Posted: 04 Oct 2009 05:43 AM PDT
“But I wouldn’t trade these kids for a million dollars,” says Ruthruff, who is separated from her husband and raised four children of her own. “I don’t want them in foster care.